I just LOVE designing decorations for baby showers that are fun and easy to make. So, I decided to design 3 different cut and sew fabrics that could be used to make cut and sew baby shower cube decorations.
My Linda's How-Do-I Series? How To Make Our "It's Raining Baby Showers" Cut and Sew 5" by 5" Cube Decorations Free E-Book is a 10-page color pictorial tutorial that shows you how to make my cubes. They are just so versatile and easy to make. You're going to love decorating your baby shower with them.
Our "It's Raining Baby Showers" cube decorations are meant as centerpiece decorations for each table or stacked together as a centerpiece decoration for the gift table or honoree's table. They can also be used as hanging decorations. I'll leave that up to your imagination.
For the fabrics you need to buy enough of the fabrics you need for the number of cubes you will be making. Our cut and sew cubes come in three different fabrics, as follows:
Have fun making your cubes.
To view and download my free e-pattern please CLICK HERE. You'll be brought to Google Drive where you can view our free e-pattern. Then just download our free .pdf e-pattern from the File menu in the upper left hand corner.
Once our e-product is downloaded to your computer you can save it and print it. We hope you enjoy our free e-products.
For more information on all my free e-patterns, e-printables and e-books please CLICK HERE.
However, you may link to my website(s)/blog(s) and the individual page(s)/blog post(s) (including 1 picture) but do not copy, reprint or duplicate my website(s)/blog(s) or individual page(s)/post(s) without my permission.
Items made from Linda Walsh Originals Products are intended for personal use for fun or small scale personal and business profit as long as you credit us with the design. Large scale commercial use (i.e. mass production) of items made from Linda Walsh Originals products are by permission only.
Please see my Terms and Conditions for additional information.
Copyright © 2004 - 2015 - All Rights Reserved - Written By Linda Walsh of Linda Walsh Originals and Linda's Blog. Linda is a doll maker and doll pattern designer.